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The Department of Chemistry began accepting students in the academic year 2010-2011, with 52 students setting out to become chemists. The department offers a variety of undergraduate courses in the fields of Analytical Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physicochemistry and Organic Chemistry, as well as a Masters program in the Chemistry Program of the Institute of Science. The undergraduate program of the department is a professional program designed to train students who can follow the latest advances and are equipped with the skills for work in up-to-date research and development. Graduates earn a License in Chemistry and the title of Chemist. Through intensive scientific activity and course content updated with the most recent scientific research, the department aims to train scientists who shed light on high-quality, up-to-date, innovative developments, as well as chemists much needed by the industry.
Chemistry education comprises theoretical courses, laboratory application, and laboratory management internships, along with foreign language and information technology classes. The students are guided through electives in their senior year for more specialized knowledge in various subfields. At the end of the four-year curriculum, the students who have chosen our department will have received up-to-date education in chemistry, as well as the scientific foundation with which to contribute to modern chemistry as researchers, or to the chemical industry as chemists.
Our graduates have the opportunity to become researchers in their fields, or to work in the research and development laboratories of various institutions and organizations, in laboratories for modern analysis and quality control, and in a multitude of industries such as pharmaceuticals, metal, cleaning products, cosmetics, textile, medicine, biochemistry, and plastic. Furthermore, upon completing M.A. and Ph.D. degrees, chemists can obtain senior positions in research laboratories or embark on academic careers in universities.
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